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This Is Where It Ends
I knew Hugh MacLennan well. I knew him in the s first as a friend and neighbour at his cottage at North Hatley, in the Eastern Townships, then as his editor for his last novel, Voices in Time , and as his publisher. It was published in , when I was still in high school although I still remember browsing through the paperback version at a Glasgow Station book stall, attracted by the exciting — if misleading — logging scene on the cover. Ah, those publishers! Hugh had spent many years writing it. Hugh wrote the last part of the book stricken by grief. The book is dedicated, in Latin, to Dorothy.
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